Bratislava and the surrounding area is the heart and soul of Slovak viticulture.
Winding our way through typical wine-growing areas and villages, we arrive at the stunning 13th century Red Stone Castle – the former residence of leading Hungarian nobility.
The castle has lavish interiors, cavernous wine cellar, and strategic fortification system unique in Central Europe.
Both viticulture and ceramic production are crafts that have been practiced for centuries amongst the tightly-knit communities of the Small Carpathians.
Fancy getting a real insight into traditional Slovak village life? We’ll visit ceramic studios, and then try the best-known Slovak wines and typical folk food at a historical and atmospheric wine cellar. Cheers (na zdravie)!